And, for such people, this willingness to be reachable 24/7 entitles them to the six-figure income many of them make.There are two people in my office in that position.One of them is single, but according to some of the numbnuts here, he'll just have to remain single because his phone might ring during a date, and he may have to remove his attention from his date for a few minutes. If that was a problem then you didn't take the position.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
I say put the phone away and make the one you are with, the point of interest in your life at that time, and go back to your social networking when Then what the flunk are they doing out on a date, inflicting their work schedule on someone else?
If I wanted a "be-on-call-24/7-job", I'd get a "be-on-call-24/7-job" directly, instead of trying to get one vicariously through a date.
Well someone that supposedly has to be glued to a phone 24/7 probably has some rough moments in the morning when using the bathroom and then showering AND still having to have the phone by their side.^^^^^^^Didn't have to answer it on the first ring....yeah it was a pain sometime. Where common courtesy comes in is timing and what the call is all about.
It's common courtesy to forewarn the person that you may have a really important call that will very possibly come in during the night. courtesy is not to interrupt things for petty stuff (see my example).